What I’m about to tell you, I’d like you to read, then immediately forget, ok? Ok, here is goes. *deep breath* I am going to be FORTY next year. The big 4-0. Ugh. And I have to tell you, I’ve been noticing signs of aging creep up lately: little wrinkles around my
They say that shared joy is double joy and shared sorrow is half a sorrow. Well, if that’s the case, then I guess there’s nothing left to do but have a good laugh over mother-in-law-isms with people who can relate. I’ve been a member of an online mom group for nearly five years. It’s a
Check out my brand new video blog series, Fuck It Friday! I’ll be back every other Friday with a brand new video. Today’s is focused on what I was like before, and after, kids!
Remember way back when in the days B.C. (before children) when life was easy? Undoubtedly, with the birth of your children, things have changed. Below are a few terms that you may have used before that have taken on an entirely different meaning since you’ve become a parent! Welcome to the Parent’s Dictionary. Happy Hour
Motherhood has changed me. While my focus usually shifts towards the physical changes, I have begun to take notice of the positive changes that have occurred within myself now that I’m a mom. 1. I’m better at rolling with the punches I have always been a huge planner and when plans changed (especially last-minute) my
Caroline is three. If you have, or have had, or have possibly even come in contact with a three-year-old, you know they can be, um, challenging. There’s the why? Why? Why?’s, the Jekyll and Hyde mood swings, and the über annoying, even dreaded tantrums – watch out for the spinning head and projectile green pea
Hello, young mothers, whoever you are. I hope your troubles are few….But I know your anxiety is huge. Those of us who went to school and/or had jobs before becoming parents are used to accomplishing tasks over a reasonable period of time, seeing results, and moving on. Such is not the case with raising children.